Seen Better Days

When I was out driving one day looking for photos, I stumbled upon this old beauty sitting back in the high grass.  I couldn't get any closer because the ground was posted "no trespassing" so I had to be content to shoot a couple shots from the car.

If only it could talk....oh the stories it could tell.




Linking today with 



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Please be sure to stop by to see more great "nature" and "black & white" photos

~Felicia 

PS after several left comments....I'm also linking this to Rubbish by Roan.

Thanks for the suggestion ladies. :)

Comments

Karen said…
What a great discovery! It almost looks camouflaged with the greens and rusty browns.
Dazee said…
I am visiting from My Memory Art blog, love your photo! Looks so simple but filled with thought, memories, childhood sounds. Glad to have found you and I will be back to visit!
Dazee from
www.gr8tfull.blogspot.com
What a great find! I like the black and white too.
This would be great linked to the Rubbish by Roan meme.
Linda W. said…
Too bad you couldn't get closer. I suppose the "no trespassing" sign was to keep all the photographers away. :)
TexWisGirl said…
this would be great for rubbish tuesday, too!
May said…
That black and white is amazing.
Pamela Gordon said…
I love the old rusty car and also the beautiful greens in the photo. Great contrast.
Brandi said…
I love the black and white! Great find.
Gail Dixon said…
Very cool! Is that a shiny chrome fender in front? Maybe someone has plans to fix it up. Ha!
Adrienne said…
Really great find - I am partial, I know - but I just love it in black and white! thanks for linking up!
Leovi said…
Some beautiful creations that beautiful green spring !
Firecracker Kid said…
Now that's an awesome find and foto! I love that it does tell a story. Nicely done m'lady :)
Hugs,
Carol
HOOTIN ANNI said…
...this is awesome. In a way, tho, kinda spooky 'cause I've watched all the movies made [several parts..as in part one, a sequel, etc.] of "Wrong Turn".

...and the one you did for special effects is super.
Wow, what a blast from the past! Lovely photography, love the oldie.....
Stephanie said…
Oh wow! I love this one! Love how you captured it.
Mascha said…
Great shots!
Oh yeah, the old things could tell so many stories... I like to sit and hear -
Babs R said…
Great photo. Love the color one, but it's amazing how the details are so much more pronounced in the black and white.
What a great theme! And so troublesom, that you couldn't get nearer ...

Thanks for stopping on my blog ;-)
Hidden away - you found a beauty.
Roan said…
This old truck sure found a beautful spot for its final resting place. Love it! Sorry I'm late in commenting. I've been working long hours this week. Work seems to be getting in the way of my fun. Thanks for joining in!
Linnea said…
Wow! I love these shots!